The 18th Annual Dr. Seuss Day Celebration will take place on Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Arcadia University's Grey Towers Castle. This event is a reading celebration and mini-carnival that includes juggling, face painting, button making, freeze dancing & much more fun! During the day, children and students are welcome to explore some of Dr. Seuss's most beloved story worlds together.
Children in grades K-3 who are accompanied by an adult are invited to enjoy a fun-filled afternoon at the Dr. Seuss mini-carnival. Be sure to come at 1:00 PM to enjoy all of the festivities planned! The surrounding community is encouraged to attend the event with their children. Any donations will be appreciated, and all proceeds will go to the Jamie Rodriguez scholarship fund and future Community and Civic Engagement Center Service Projects.
If you are interested in attending please register by filling out the attached form below. Please RSVP by Friday February 23rd
Look at pictures from past Dr. Seuss days, where we've had over 100 children and their families come out to celebrate.
Volunteer for the Event
Student volunteers can work at various stations such as bingo, face painting, juggling, story telling, button making, planting seeds, and freeze dancing. Volunteers can also donate decorated cakes that will be judged by the attendees of the event.
This event was established in memory of Jami Rodriguez, an Arcadia alumna. The event benefits the Jami Rodriguez Scholarship, which recognizes current full-time undergraduates who have made contributions to campus life through dedication to community service.